Molly Mae breaks silence on Love Island bullying row saying ‘Tasha is literally me’ | The Sun

FORMER Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has opened up on the show's bullying row saying: "Tasha is literally me."

The TV star waded into Luca Bish and Dami Hope's behaviour after they accused the show's first ever deaf contestant of being "fake" and of "using" partner Andrew Le Page to get to the final.

They made the comments during a week that saw the ITV2 show hit with 3,617 Ofcom complaints.

Molly-Mae, who came runner up with boyfriend Tommy Fury in Love Island 2019, commented on the drama unfolding in her latest YouTube blog.

The social media star hit out at the boys in the villa and people on Twitter, as she told fans: "That was literally me guys. That was literally me.

"I feel sorry for her because obviously we don’t know, I guess we’ll see when her and Andrew come out but you can’t accuse someone of being fake.

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"I was basically 'the Tasha', everyone accusing me of being fake, everyone was saying I was with Tommy to get to the final.

"And here we are three years on. So maybe Tasha will prove the boys in the villa wrong. She is real."

Molly-Mae was accused of fake crying on Love Isalnd and even fell out with Anton Danyluk in the Majorcan telly villa, after he branded her fake.

He told The Sun after he was booted out of the show: "She's a lovely girl but just not my type of person.

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"We just never clicked and she didn't like it after I put her in her place earlier in the show.

"But I got on with everyone else really well."

Meanwhile, Luca attracted more Ofcom complaints over footage shown on Love Island's Movie Night, which he claimed revealed Gemma Owen, 19, flirting with contestant Billy Brown.

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Luca insisted he “looked like a mug” after she denied she was flirting and he said he was “fuming”.

A further 2,481 complained came about the behaviour of Davide Sanclimenti, 27, towards Ekin-Su Cülcüloglu, with men on the reality TV show being accused of controlling and misogynistic behaviour.

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